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Old October 5th 04, 03:46 PM
Mark Oliver
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The current theory of flight is based upon the Bernoulli's Principal, the
pressure of a fluid (liquid or gas) decreases at points where the speed of
the fluid increases. The airfoil is designed to increase the velocity of
the airflow above its surface, thereby decreasing pressure above the
airfoil. Simultaneously, the impact of the air on the lower surface of the
airfoil increases the pressure below. This combination of pressure decrease
above and increase below produces lift. Pressure is reduced due to the
smaller space the air has above the wing than below. Air cannot go through
the wing, so it must push around it. The surface air molecules push between
the wing and outer layers of air. Due to the bump of the airfoil, the space
is smaller and the molecules must go faster.

THIS HAS A MAJOR PROBLEM - specifically inverted flight. The current theory
of flight utilizing the Bernoulli's Principal is only applicable to normal
level flight. However, we know and observe that inverted flight is
possible. Thus, the Bernoulli's Principal is no longer applicable to
inverted flight, so there must be another theory that supports flight, be it
level or inverted.

The new theory of flight is based upon the new theory of Gravitational
Vector Force (released Sept 2004). Utilizing Newton's laws that equal
opposite force is generated at right angles, be it applied at once or
successively, and if the angle is oblique (slanted) a new force is
generated. Then inverted flight is possible as force is always generated at
right angles, and this is towards the ground in all cases. The net
difference between the initial velocity and resistance force generated at
the leading edge at right angles (downwards) creates a new force called
Gravitational Vector Force, and it travels in the opposite direction
(upwards) to maintain balance, impacting the bottom of the wing. The wing
becomes less efficient in inverted flight due to the design of the airfoil,
however it is still possible.

This new theory of flight also supports the following;
1) the new force manifests at a faster rate than initial velocity, hence the
wing becomes more efficient at faster speeds
2) As you extend spoilers and flaps at the leading and trailing edges, the
bottom of the wing now becomes "cupped" like a satellite dish, and able to
capture more Gravitational Vector Force, creating more lift

You may read more about this new theory at www.threexd.com

Mark Oliver


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Old October 5th 04, 10:20 PM
Bas Jansen
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Mark Oliver wrote:
THIS HAS A MAJOR PROBLEM - specifically inverted flight. The current theory
of flight utilizing the Bernoulli's Principal is only applicable to normal
level flight.


Really? I think you're mistaken. It's also applicable in inverted flight
as far as I can see. Orientation of, in this case, an airframe does not
change the laws of physics. As long as the airfoil produces lift equal
to the mass of the aircraft it'll keep level. didn't you notice that
inverted flight with a positive profile requires a higher AOA to counter
the 'excess lift' pointed downwards...

possible. Thus, the Bernoulli's Principal is no longer applicable to
inverted flight, so there must be another theory that supports flight, be it
level or inverted.


Wow... slow down a bit. Where and how do you come up with a conclusion
like this? See my reply above.


The new theory of flight is based upon the new theory of Gravitational
Vector Force (released Sept 2004). Utilizing Newton's laws that equal
opposite force is generated at right angles,


I'm not a physics major but... "Newton's laws that equal opposite force
is generated at right angles.." is false. How can an opposite force be
at right angles? It is "opposite and equal". I think you need to read up
on some of your high-school physics books....

You may read more about this new theory at www.threexd.com


No thanks... I'll take a backseat on this one. Gravitational Vector
Force sounds sexy but I think it's bu****it... ummm... flawed. I'll
stick with the Bernoulli's Principal for now. :-)
 




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